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Cinematic Point of View. Today’s Aim: How does cinematic POV influence the audience’s emotional response toward the action or the characters?. Imagine…. …you are standing in an amusement park watching a roller coaster climb and then speed down and around a track.

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Cinematic point of view

Cinematic Point of View

Today’s Aim:

How does cinematic POV influence the audience’s emotional response toward the action or the characters?


Imagine

Imagine…

…you are standing in an

amusement park watching

a roller coaster climb and

then speed down and

around a track.

What feelings might you have as you watch this?


Now imagine

Now imagine…

…you are seated in the

first car of the coaster.

How would your vision of the action change? What would you see that you wouldn’t have seen as a spectator? What would you feel?


Cinematic pov

Cinematic POV

  • How the camera, and therefore the audience, sees the action.

  • There are two types:

    • Objective POV

    • Subjective POV


Objective pov

Objective POV

  • The audience is an outsider, observing the action.

  • The audience is left to its own devices to decide which character to sympathize with.


Subjective pov

Subjective POV

  • The audience is an insider, participating in the action.

  • Because we’re seeing the action through one character’s eyes, we tend to identify and sympathize with him or her.


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